Justin Trudeau had been prime minister for barely two months when he made his first visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, a gaudy alpine day camp for zillionaires and Hollywood's we-have-all-the-answers set. The skepticism that attended the young prime minister's late nights with Bono and Kevin Spacey was healthy and natural. Later, though, it became possible to draw interesting lines between Trudeau's Davos dance card and some important announcements he made after returning home. It was
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